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Bests, Parisa thank you everyone for your suggestions,one thing i saw so common in few comments is that the people are confused that I am Muslim or not,so I'm also muslim ALHMDULILLAH,the girl is also muslim,i think i have to take her back to india to marry without any problems....reccomend you to dont go to Tehran for this,because its so full and takes time, for example Andisheh(west of Tehran)visa police office woulde be the best place for it.The embassy is going to have an interview with the girl to make sure that this is going to be a real marriage.Then depending on the country they'll give the girl a temporary visa so that you can go and get married. I'm not Iranian, but I have read several stories of people from other countries marrying Iranians.If the lady is Muslim and you are Muslim (or prepared to convert), then from what I've read, there shouldn't be much difficulty. If she is Muslim but you are not Muslim (and don't want to convert) then getting formally married in Iran may be difficult.
and you'll hand the request to the municipality and then to your embassy in Iran.
Then for your travels to Iran, you can travel to Iran with your own passport whenever you want.
(if American or Canadian or British, it is very complicated and better to register your marriage in Iran formally).
Her late father, a goldsmith, and mother supported her decision to remain single — particularly after her older sister, a successful lawyer with a 10-year-old son, divorced a husband who opposed her going on business trips.“I have made friends on and off with men my age over the years, but none were responsible enough for me to consider marrying or having a child with,” Azadi said.“Older men prefer women who are younger than me, and younger men just want to have sex because they think I don’t expect marriage — and because I can afford to pick up the tab at coffee shops.”Several women interviewed spoke with an extraordinary frankness about sex and relationships that would shock Iran’s buttoned-up mullahs.
That alone reflects how women are asserting themselves, particularly among the urban middle class, where the Internet and Western satellite channels are slowly expanding the boundaries of what is socially acceptable.